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Average Rent in Ramona, CA

Avg. RentAnnual Change
Ramona 1 Bed - $1,700-
Ramona 2 Beds - $2,750-
Last updated 6/17/2024

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Local Reviews

what i like most about my town is that its a small town where every one knows eachother everything in town is close by

Having lots of land and privacy from others. There is more freedom than in the city.

Demographics

Education

High School

44%

Associate's

35%

Bachelor's

14%

Master's

6%

Doctorate

1%

Family Size

2 people

35%

3 people

24%

4 people

19%

5 people

11%

6+ people

11%

Household Income

0-50k

28%

50-100k

32%

100-150k

20%

150-200k

10%

200k+

10%

Age

0-10

13%

10-20

13%

20-45

33%

45-65

27%

65+

14%

Affordability

Percentage: 3/53/5

Renters gave this area a 3 out of 5 for affordability

Last updated 6/17/2024

*The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

Rent Trends

Average rent in Ramona, CA

In Ramona, CA, as of 2024, the average rent for apartments ranges from $1,700 to $2,750. For those seeking a 1-bedroom apartments, the average rent is $1,700. And for a 2-bedroom apartment, renters can expect to pay an average of $2,750.

Annual Rent Change Over the Past 12 Months

1 Bed

-

Changed from $1,700 to $1,700
2 Beds

-

Changed from $2,750 to $2,750
Last updated 6/17/2024

Rent Ranges

Apartment PricesProportion
0%
0%
18%
27%
55%

Compare Other Cities

CityStudio Avg RentAnnual Change
San Diego$2,349-1%
Carlsbad$2,159-41%
San Marcos$2,099--
La Jolla$2,095-9%
Vista$2,050+20%
National City$2,025+56%
Encinitas$2,000-37%
Oceanside$1,995+11%
Chula Vista$1,995-11%
Murrieta$1,957+2%
Fallbrook$1,950--
Spring Valley$1,895--
La Mesa$1,860+33%
Escondido$1,8250%
El Cajon$1,700--
City1 Bed Avg RentAnnual Change
Oceanside$3,052+26%
Carlsbad$3,017+3%
San Diego$2,887+1%
Del Mar$2,595--
Encinitas$2,589+10%
Vista$2,548+4%
San Marcos$2,447+5%
Poway$2,445-11%
Chula Vista$2,435-1%
National City$2,430+6%
Imperial Beach$2,420+15%
La Mesa$2,212-4%
Santee$2,195-4%
Temecula$2,1350%
Spring Valley$2,120-7%
Murrieta$2,115-6%
Lemon Grove$2,1000%
Escondido$1,972-2%
El Cajon$1,804+1%
Hemet$1,620+1%
City2 Beds Avg RentAnnual Change
Coronado$4,038-15%
Del Mar$3,800--
San Diego$3,771+3%
Chula Vista$3,223+10%
Vista$3,170+17%
National City$3,120+6%
San Marcos$3,081+5%
Lemon Grove$2,995+19%
Encinitas$2,863-2%
Oceanside$2,781-8%
Spring Valley$2,724-3%
La Mesa$2,709-4%
Murrieta$2,669+9%
Escondido$2,653+1%
Poway$2,640-22%
Santee$2,595+4%
Imperial Beach$2,577-17%
Fallbrook$2,495+19%
Temecula$2,442+7%
El Cajon$2,211-6%
Hemet$1,885-5%

Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

20%

15-30 Mins

21%

30-40 Mins

21%

40-60 Mins

23%

60+ Mins

15%

Transportation Scores

Percentage: 5252

Walk Score®

Walkable

No

Say 3 of 5 renters

Has Sidewalks

Yes

Say 4 of 5 renters

Percentage: 4444

Bike Score®

Bike Friendly

Yes

Say 3 of 5 renters

Area Amenities

Top Score

Nightlife

3.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

The perfect place to paint the town red.

  1. A high number of bars and clubs per resident
  2. 40% fewer bars and clubs than average
  3. Significantly more bars and clubs than areas of a similar size

Retail Shops

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

If you love to shop, Ramona is a good fit.

  1. A high number of shops per resident
  2. 76% fewer shops than average
  3. 25% more shops than areas of a similar size

Medical Care

3/5 stars based on undefined reviews

More of a gem than germ, this Ramona is not too bad for medical care.

  1. Few medical facilities per resident
  2. 100% fewer medical facilities than average
  3. 100% fewer medical facilities than areas of a similar size

Gas Stations

2.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

The road is less traveled for filling the tank up in Ramona.

  1. Few gas stations per resident
  2. 49% fewer gas stations than average
  3. A standard number of gas stations compared to areas of a similar size

Grocery Stores

2/5 stars based on undefined reviews

The food shops around here are few and far between.

  1. A high number of grocery stores per resident
  2. 47% fewer grocery stores than average
  3. 30% more grocery stores than areas of a similar size

Health and Fitness

2/5 stars based on undefined reviews

You'll have to workout somewhere else to keep fit.

  1. Few gyms per resident
  2. 11% fewer gyms than average
  3. 21% more gyms than areas of a similar size

Restaurants

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Better stock your pantry because the restaurant scene is paltry.

  1. Few restaurants per resident
  2. 54% fewer restaurants than average
  3. 8% more restaurants than areas of a similar size

Coffee

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Stock up on your home beans, because this place is out of brew.

  1. Few coffee shops per resident
  2. 65% fewer coffee shops than average
  3. 25% more coffee shops than areas of a similar size

Parks

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

Room for improvement. More parks please.

  1. Few parks per resident
  2. 24% fewer parks than average
  3. 43% more parks than areas of a similar size

Pet Services

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

We're not mutts about Ramona.

  1. Few pet facilities per resident
  2. 35% more pet facilities than average
  3. 28% more pet facilities than areas of a similar size

Fine Arts

1.5/5 stars based on undefined reviews

An all around mediocre performance for art.

  1. Few fine art centers per resident
  2. 75% fewer fine art centers than average
  3. 64% fewer fine art centers than areas of a similar size

Area Features

Area Has Kids Play Outside

Yes

Say 5 of 5 renters

Area Has Litter

No

Say 5 of 5 renters

Nearby Parks

Yes

Say 5 of 5 renters

Near Schools

Yes

Say 5 of 5 renters

Pet Friendly

Yes

Say 5 of 5 renters

Good Place To Raise A Family

Yes

Say 5 of 5 renters

Busy Streets

No

Say 4 of 5 renters

Noise Late At Night

No

Say 4 of 5 renters

Near Grocery Stores

Yes

Say 3 of 5 renters

Area Has Potholes

No

Say 3 of 5 renters

Safe For Families

Yes

Say 3 of 5 renters

Nice Views

No

Say 3 of 5 renters

Quiet Area

No

Say 3 of 5 renters

Tree Lined Streets

No

Say 3 of 5 renters

Well Lit

No

Say 3 of 5 renters

Maintained Yards

No

Say 3 of 5 renters

Mostly Newer Buildings

No

Say 4 of 5 renters

Mostly Older Buildings

Yes

Say 4 of 5 renters

Near Downtown

No

Say 4 of 5 renters

Near Highways

No

Say 4 of 5 renters

Schools

Percentage: 3/53/5

School Score

How satisfied do renters feel with the schools in this area.

Top Schools in Ramona

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About

Ramona, CA

Overview of Ramona

Ramona is a census designated place located in the southern tip of the state of California, less than 40 miles northeast of the bustling city of San Diego. Ramona apartments for rent are excellent ways to join the population of nearly 20,300 residents across the 15.3 square miles of land.

Ramona is known as the Gateway to San Diego North County's Inland Mountains and has earned itself the nickname of "The Valley of the Sun." The Ramona Chamber of Commerce describes this unincorporated area as positioned "above the fog line and below the snow line." This family-friendly community has more than one-fourth of its population under the age of 18. Fans of equestrian sports will be happy to know that Ramona is a horse-friendly community as well, allowing for easy ridership as other surrounding areas restrict their rules and regulations.

Living in Ramona, CA

People living in Ramona apartments can enjoy living in one of the oldest established communities in San Diego County, rich with history. Residents and visitors can discover a wealth of information about the history of Ramona in the Old West at the Guy B. Woodward Museum.

Ramona is a community that has many nicknames, sometimes referred to as The Valley of the Sun and the Gateway to San Diego, and once known as The Turkey Capital of the World. Ramona has even been called the Antique Capital of San Diego County due to its proclivity to attract numerous antique shops.

In recent years, Ramona citizens banded together and planted many beautiful eucalyptus trees along Main Street. The community worked together to hand-water the trees during their delicate early months, fostering the trees that have come to leave their mark on all those who visit and drive through the center of town.

Ramona Work and Study

Business professionals and students can both find apartments near Ramona to make their home. Census data indicated that nearly 10,700 Ramona residents make up the labor force, and the most common occupations include management, business, science, and arts occupations. Construction is listed as the most common area industry, with the educational services, health care and the social assistance industry a combined close second.

Students have a wealth of options for colleges and universities with close proximity to Ramona. Nearby, notable higher education institutes include Alliant International University Grossmont College, California State University, San Marcos; Palomar College, Cuyamaca College, University of Phoenix-San Diego Campus and San Diego State University. All of these institutions listed are less than 22 miles away from the Ramona community. Alliant International University is the closest, located roughly 17 miles away in San Diego and enrolling nearly 2,500 students. San Diego State University can be found roughly 20 miles outside of Ramona and enrolls nearly 26,000 students annually.

Rentals in Ramona, CA and Cost of Living

According to data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau, Ramona rentals have a vacancy rate of 1.8 percent, and median gross rent was valued at $1,110 as of 2010. The largest percentage of renters falls in the gross rent range of $1,000 to $1,499, with nearly 65 percent of all renters falling in the wider range of $750 to $1,499. Nearly 27 percent of renters reported spending $1,500 or more on gross rent. The data further indicated that approximately 46 percent of all renters reported spending 35 percent or more of their household income on gross rental costs.

City-Data information revealed that in March 2012, the cost of living in Ramona was assigned the value of 128.5 points, which is 28.5 percent higher than the national average of 100 points.

Ramona Attractions and Special Events

There are numerous area attractions available to residents living in Ramona rentals. Many locals and people passing through enjoy a visit to Hope Street to view the mailboxes. Each mailbox on this street is unique from one another, some new and shiny, others older or even antique and many painted or decorated to speak to each individual's originality.

Other popular outdoor recreation spots include a visit to Mount Woodson or Iron Mountain, which provides steep slopes and challenging hikes for adventure seekers. Alongside Main Street 's lovely eucalyptus, people can find many shops that rival a shopping district from a bigger city.

It could be worthwhile to make a stop at the Schwaesdall Winery, a family-owned and operated facility that produces estate bottled and cellared wine, classic European style red wines and traditional, California white wines.

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Find Apartments in Nearby Cities

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San Diego, CA 28.1 miles$2,887$3,771
Vista, CA 24.3 miles$2,548$3,170
Escondido, CA 13.7 miles$1,972$2,653
Carlsbad, CA 29.1 miles$3,017$4,327
El Cajon, CA 17.9 miles$1,804$2,211
La Mesa, CA 21 miles$2,212$2,709
Poway, CA 11.1 miles$2,445$2,640
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La Jolla, CA 27.1 miles$3,775$4,852
San Marcos, CA 18.6 miles$2,447$3,081

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